UFC 296: How to Watch Edwards vs Covington, PPV Price

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UFC will close out the year 2023 with UFC 296 PPV on December 16, 2023. The event will be headlined by an exciting welterweight title fight between Leon Edwards and Colby Covington. How can you watch this exciting event from various countries on TV, mobile, and other streaming options?

How to Watch & Price

The country-wise streaming and TV channel details for UFC 296 event are as below:

  • Worldwide – UFC Fight Pass on Streaming
  • United StatesESPN+ Streaming PPV(Mobile, TV, Tablet, PC) – Price $89.98, Prelims on ESPN 2(TV), ESPN Deportes(TV) & ESPN+(Mobile, Tablet & PC)
  • Canada – Main Card on Traditional PPV – Price $59.99, Prelims on TSN 5(TV)
  • Australia – Main card on Main Event(TV) & Kayo Sports(Streaming) – Price – $59.95, Prelims on ESPN TV
  • United Kingdom – TNT Sports 1(Both on TV & Streaming)
  • India – Sony Sports 2 on TV, Sony Liv on Streaming
  • Africa – Super Sports Action on TV
  • Middle East & North Africa – UFC Arabia app on streaming
  • South East Asia – Fox Sports
  • Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy– Dazn Streaming
  • France – RMC Sports TV
  • Spain – Eurosports TV
  • Netherlands – Discovery+ Streaming
  • Poland – Polstat Sports TV
  • Denmark, Sweden & Norway – Via Play Streaming


Leon Edwards is set for his second defense of UFC Welterweight Championship in the headliner. He won the title from Kamaru Usman last year before defending it against him successfully in London this year. Colby Covington has won 8 fights in the last 8 years with only losses coming against Usman in the title bouts. Will he be able to win the welterweight title in his third attempt?

We also have an interesting co-main event with Alexandre Pantoja defending UFC Flyweight Championship against Brandon Royval in a rematch from 2021. Royval lost to Pantoja in their first encounter back in 2021, but has been on a 3-fight winning streak since then. Will he be able to take revenge against Pantoja, or will perish once again?

Another featured bout will see rising star Shavkat Rakhmonov facing Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson in a key welterweight fight. Rakhmonov remains unbeaten in his MMA career so far. Tony Ferguson’s star power means he will continue to feature on UFC PPV despite a 6-fight winning streak. He will face Dana White’s favorite Paddy Pimblett.

Broadcast Details

The event coverage starts at 6 PM ET with an early prelims card. Prelims card will start at 8 PM ET while the main card will start at 10 PM ET.

The trio of Jon Anik, Joe Rogan and Daniel Cormier is back on the commentary booth with Megan Olivi returning as the roving reporter and Bruce Buffer featuring as the octagon announcer.

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